Following tense calm for 72 hours | Clashes renew between “National Army” factions and Kurdish forces in Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Following tense calm for 72 hours | Clashes renew between “National Army” factions and Kurdish forces in Aleppo countryside

Aleppo province: SOHR sources have reported violent clashes between factions of the Turkish-backed “National Army” and Kurdish forces on the frontline of Anab village in the northern countryside of Aleppo. The clashes coincided with exchange of fire with heavy weapons. However, no casualties have been reported so far.

 

This follows a state of tense calm on the frontlines of northern Aleppo for over 72 hours.

 

On October 3, SOHR sources reported violent clashes with heavy and medium weapons between “National Army” factions on one hand, and Kurdish and regime forces on the other, on Kaljbrin frontline in Azaz countryside, north of Aleppo, amid exchange of artillery fire between the two sides.

 

A day earlier, SOHR activists reported that violent clashes erupted between Turkish forces and their proxies on one hand, and Kurdish and regime forces on the other hand, on the frontline of Abbin village in Shirawa district in Afrin countryside, north of Aleppo, amid exchange of artillery fire between the two sides.

 

This came hours after Turkish drone targeted positions in Al-Baylounah village and the outskirts of Tel Rifaat, where Kurdish and regime forces are deployed in the north of Aleppo, with missiles.